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i :11 II LAKE FORK MRS. HARRY PIATT Correspondent  Ladies' Aid held their 'hen' in the basement of tle chur- oh on Wednesday afternoon but It turned out as a dollar social. There were only 6 hen s donated and the t was ca-sh. The hen's taken to Mount Pulaski and which brought almost six The afternoon was spent and refreshments were 0e Those present were Mes- damea Roy Moore, Welby Moore. Chloe Jenner, Willis Gaffney, (ales Manley, Jess Litterley, Eler Moore, Margaret Peterson, O. A. Stults, Misses Wilma Moore. d Clarlssa IcAfee. The sum of oenteen dollars was realized. Quite a number from here at- tended the funeral of Miss LuciUe rlNlry in Mount Pulaski Tlurs- d ::afternoon. The young people's Sunday hool class went to Salt Creek ifora picnic supper Thursday eve- Those who made the trap Louise, Dale and Bob Fuiten Willis Moore, Fern Munyon, Clar- la McAfee, Roy Paterson, Way- )ae Febus, Mr. and Mrs. Norman  :Bohn, Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Milner, Visitors, Rev. and Mrs. Porter and n Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gaffney a lid ichildren, Mr. and Mrs. chas. Moore Dr. and Mrs. I L. Denison, Mrs Otle Bryant, Mrs. Harry Piatt were Mount Pulaski shoppers Sa, t- urday afternoon. :Mr. ,and Mrs. Wendell Piatt of visited witl his parents, and Mrs. Harry Piatt and Chloe Jenner. Ml'. and Mrs. Charles Moore, and Mrs. Willis Gaffney and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert and children and Louis were in Lincoln Saturday nighL Mr. and Mrs. William Peters made a .busines trip to Bloonng- ton Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Day of Lin- coln pent Sunday at the home or Mr. nd Mrs. Lawrence Pugt. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tarbox, ?__ ter Jeanene of Chicago, Mr. md Mrs. O. I Piatt of Hartsburg W. S. Tarbox of Gibson Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Piatt. Mrs. Andrew jHF_RD MISSIONARY Tarbox and daughter will spen I OFFICIAL IN L'COLN the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duncan and daughter of Latham spent the weekend witi her sister Mrs. Charles Mnley and family. Mrs. A. F. McGewan and grand daughter Mary Lou Rufferety of Pennsylvania and Miss Nellie :Horn of Mount Pulaski called at the hom'es of Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Piatt and Mrs. Maggie Bohn on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Linger and family of West Virginia, arrived Saturday evening for m visit with his uncle, Dr. L. L. Denison and wife and other relatives. They all spent Monday evening in Spring- field with Mrs. Helen Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Otle Bryant, dau- ghter Helen, son J. W., Della Mac, Betty ad Davie Keohlar were all in Springfield Sunday and at- tended a show. M. E. Tarbox observed his 84th birthday Friday, July 18th, he lived in Lake Fork 57 years. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Keohlar of Mount Pulaski visited here Tues- daT. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coats of Springfield visited relatives here Tuesday. Oran Phillips of Lincoln was here on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Attwood of Cornland visited here Wednes- day afternoon with relatives. William Bates of Lincoln was here on business Friday morning. Dress Sale--59c to $1.79. Clears. DET.4JLED INFORMATION GIVEN NEXT T_JEK Detailed information will be given next week concerning the Mount Pulaski Woman's Club Fall Flower and Style Show to be held the latter part of August. The date, place and other in- formation will tlen be avmilable. The gentlemanly "Bo-1)eep '' who nted to mow his lawn with lambs. But the neighbors didn't like It any more than they did some of his other odd hobbies, and finally routed him with a poetic blitzkrieg. Read of this latest finn- pus in the tumultuous life of a multi-llllionaire's son, as told in The American Weekly, the maga- zine distributed with next week's Sundsy Chicago Herald-American. (Or at least all we can handle) TO OOME IIITO OUR GARAGE FOR RECONDITIONING NOW -- Before the heavy burden of fall work makes it a "rush job" nd you lose valu- able time waiting for your tractor. AVOID BREAK DOWNS LATER BY REOOIIDITIOIIlii8 EARLIER Fred Holmes MOUNT PULASKI Ray. Otto H. Schmidt, executive secretary of the Board for Lu- thersm Foreign Mission, was the principal speaker at a missionary meeting held last Sunday evening, July 20, in the Lincoln College auditorium, under auspices of the Mission Society of Zion Lutheran church, Lincoln, of which Rev. Arthur E. Neitzel is pastor. The speaker, who recently returned from a trip to the Orient, told of his experiences end impressions of China and the Philipines. Quite a number of members of the Mr. Pulaski Zion Lutheran church heard thee interesting and instruc- tive talk. SPORTSMEN'S CLUBS HELD ANNU.L FISH FRY The Logan County Sportsmen's Club, with chapters in Lincoln Middletown. Atlanta and Mount Pulaski. held its annual fish fry last Sunday, July 20, at Gormam's bridge near Route !21 northwest of Lincoln, and it  is estimated that over 6.000 people attended during the day. Mount Pulaski and vicinity was represented by a large group. It is said that 1,100 pounds of fish were consumed. The various chapters expect to share in a substantial sum to help pay for this year's expenses in their conservation work. I TO PREACH IN SPRINGFIELD OPEN AIR UNION SERVICE Mount Pulaski ministers this week received th'e following infor- mation: Rev. A. Clayton Powell, pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church, New York City--15,000 members --said to be the largest Protestant congregation in the world, will 'preach at the Springfield, Ill., Open Air Union service, to oe held Sunday July 27, at 7:30 p.m. on the Springfield High School grounds. His subject will be: "Fifth Columnists in the Christ- ian Church." He is one of Amer- ica's most noted colored preachers. The Springfield Colored Munic- ipal Bared ill play. The Combined Colored Choir of Springfield will sing. Harry J. Maher will lead a gospel song service. LOGAN COUNTY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Emily Maurie to George A. Volle, both of Mount Pulaski, for $10, part of the southwest quart- er of the northwest quarter, sec- tion 23, toxnship 18, rnge 3. George A. Volle to Emily Maurie for $10, 536 feet north and 722 feet east of east crossing of Washington and Jasper streets n Mount Pulaski, north 120 feet: ,vest 145 feet; south 120 feet, and east 145 feet. For Real Entertainment attend the Mount Pulaski Theatre Sun- day and onday, July 27-28. The dcture is Wrhe Road to Zanzibar." JULY HOLDING DANCES 1 ODD FELLOWS BUILIi(} Henry C Keck better knO. everyone as "fine" has the first floor business room i Odd Fellows building f oriel ' $ occupied by the Times-NeWS, is promoting dances on t. nights of each week, Tue Thursday and Saturday. young people greatly aPpre, his efforts and are giving." dancegood patronage. The ix of order is maintained. for Furnace W. E. STOLL Coal & Ice Co. Phone 301 Mount L SHEETS FUNERAL HOME _drop ALVIN AHRENS MARVIN HUTCH CRy* Phone 263 PUBLIC SALE OF FARM CiTY LAND AND PROPERTY The undersigned, being the owners of the hereinafter described lands, will at 2 o'clo P" M. on August 2, 1941, at the west entrance of the Public Square in the City of Mount PulaSki, Illinois, sell to the hiqhest and best bidder, the followinq described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter and the Southeast quarter of the Southwest quarter, except 5 acres off the east side of said last described lands, containicj in all 75 acres, all in Section 13, Township 17 North, Range 2 West of the 3rd P. M. Also 211.98 acres, more or less, being the farm las fa- miliarly known as the C. F. Lucas farm located in the East half of Section :, Township 17 North, Range 2 West of the 3rd P. M. Also all of Lot 8, the north half of Lot 9 and 6 feet off the south side of Lot 7, all in Block 5 in the original town, nova City of Mount Pulaski. All of the above described lands and property being situ- ated in the County of Logan and State of Illinois. Terms of sale: 20% in hand on day of sale. Balance in cash on date of delivery of deed or deeds to purchaser or purchasers. Absffacts of title to the above described properties will be furnished wifh deed and ere now available for examination at the office of Smith & Arnold, Mount Pulaski, Illinois. Purchaser to pay 1941 taxes. Possession of all properties will be given the purchaser or purchasers upon payment of full purchase price, together with all cjrowinq crops, subiecf only to the rights of the tenants in possession. Dated at Mount Pulaski, Illinois, this 22rid day of July, 1941. LORAH Z. LIPP MARGARET NOLAN ROBERT N. JONES ZELMA TURLEY Owners